Generate: Little Joseph Candle Holders

Generate: Little Joseph Candle Holders

These little guys are certainly the kind of thing that change character depending on the time of day. At the beginning of the evening they're quirky. As the night gets older and the candles burn down, you're certain they're watching you and you walk quickly from the room and shut the door tightly when you finally blow them out.

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  • Ever want to ram a pencil in someone's eye and twist it 'round and 'round? Live vicariously through your Living Dead Dolls Pencil Sharpener! A wonderful stress reliever, this Sadie sharpener is the first LDD pencil sharpener and i... Ever want to ram a pencil in someone's eye and twist it 'round and 'round? Live vicariously through your Living Dead Dolls Pencil Sharpener! A wonderful stress reliever, this Sadie sharpener is the first LDD pencil sharpener and is sure to be followed by others. It features a real doll head with actual rooted hair. As an added bonus, you can push a button in the back of her head and have her tongue spit out your pencil shavings. Sadie is a perfect addition to any home, school, or work environment; let people know what you're really like as you torture a doll's head!